2012-14: Won an impressive thirteen of seventeen bouts at the second NU Duals (2/1-2)... Led the epée squad with twelve wins at the Philadelphia Invitational (1/26)... Captured nine wins at the NYU Invitational (1/25)... Finished the Western Invitational with an epée season high of fifteen wins (1/10-11)... Started her Junior season with a strong performance at NU Duals winning twelve of thirteen bouts (11/2).
2012-13: Collected 10 wins and finished 6th at the NCAA Midwest Regional ... Earned a bronze medal in epée at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships (3/2) ... Went 9-1 overall at the event ... Won four times at the Notre Dame Duals (2/23) ... Collected three wins at the Duke Duals (2/10) ... Won 11 of 15 bouts at the NU Duals (2/2-3) where she defeated another US Olympian Susannah Scanlan 5-4 ... Picked Up 11 wins at the NYU Invitational (1/27) where she defeated US Olympian Courtney Hurley of Notre Dame ... Finished 14-2 at the Philadelphia Invitational (1/26 )... Placed 14th in junior women's epée at the January North American Cup (1/19) ... Led epée squad with nine wins at the Western Invitational (1/12) ... Posted 12 wins and was never defeated during the NU Duals (11/16-17) ... Earned a bronze medal in the Junior Women's Epée at the November North American Cup (11/9-12) ... Took 10th in the Division I women's epée at the November North American Cup ... Claimed third place at the USFA Remenyik Open (11/3-4) ... Placed eighth at the October North American Cup (10/13-14) ... Captured a gold medal at the season-opening USFA Burton Open (10/6).
2011-12: Started her career in style by winning the Burton Open...Followed that up with a strong fifth place showing at the Remenyik Open ... Qualified for the Junior Olympic Fencing Championships...Placed third out of 165 at the USFA Junior North American Cup...Finished in 11th place at the Garret Open...Went a remarkable 14-0 at her first Western Invitational...Continued her streak of good fortune, posting a mark of 14-3 at the Philadelphia Invitational...A strong showing at the NYU Invitational gave her an 11-6 record...Dumas posted her 2nd best record of the young season, going 14-2 and collecting her 50th career victory at the Notre Dame Duals...added 8 more wins to her young career at the season's second Northwestern Duals...strong showing at the U.S. National Junior Olympics, finishing in 8th place... Finished third at the Midwest Conference Championships with an 8-1 record ... Captured the top placement at the NCAA Regionals ... Placed 15th in her inaugural NCAA Championships.
High School: Attended Hathaway Brown High School ... Member of the Hooked on Fencing Club Team ... Placed fourth at the 2011 Junior Olympics team competition ... Finished 12th on the Junior Points List in 2011 and 32nd on the Senior Points List ... Earned 2010 US Fencing All-Academic Second Team ... Member of her high school's Athletic Association Club ... National Merit Scholar.
Personal: Born Courtney Anne Dumas ... Daughter of Dr. Susan Dumas and Mr. David Dumas ... father played varsity baseball at Dartmouth College ... Chose Northwestern over Cornell, Duke, John's Hopkins, Ohio State, and Notre Dame ... Grew up in the same area as fellow Wildcat freshman Tina Umanskiy ... Majoring in history.